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The Buck Ram Platters - Baby, Come Back Home / The Great Pretender album download
Performer: The Buck Ram Platters
Title: Baby, Come Back Home / The Great Pretender
Country: US
Genre: Soul / Funk
MP3 album szie: 1216 mb
FLAC album size: 1544 mb

The Great Pretender" is a popular song recorded by The Platters, with Tony Williams on lead vocals, and released as a single on November 3, 1955. The words and music were written by Buck Ram, the Platters' manager and producer who was a successful songwriter before moving into producing and management. The Great Pretender" reached the number one position on both the R&B and pop charts in 1956. It also reached the UK charts peaking at number 5.

The Great Pretender" (originally by The Platters). Oh yes I'm the great pretender (ooh ooh) Pretending I'm doing well (ooh ooh) My need is such I pretend too much I'm lonely but no one can tell. Oh yes I'm the great pretender (ooh ooh) Adrift in a world of my own (ooh ooh) I play the game but to my real shame You've left me to dream all alone. Too real is this feeling of make believe Too real when I feel what my heart can't conceal

The Buck Ram Platters. We support the Las Vegas Entertainers Hall of Fame and Museum  . Buck wrote them hit after hit - including writing the lyrics to The Great Pretender in the Men's room at the Flamingo. But there would be many more singers to come under The Five Platters, Inc. and Buck's umbrella. And hundreds more claiming to be The Platters or an "original" member of the group. Buck sits alone in his office at the back of the Spade Cooley Building on the Sunset Strip, writes songs and represents. several Country & Western Artists until a young woman from Missouri walks in looking for an agent.

The Great Pretender Lyrics: Oh yes I'm the great pretender (woo-woo), Pretending I'm doing well (woo-woo), My need is such I pretend too much, I'm lonely but no one can tell, Oh yes I'm the great. Oh yes I'm the great pretender (woo-woo) Pretending I'm doing well (woo-woo) My need is such I pretend too much I'm lonely but no one can tell. Oh yes I'm the great pretender (woo-woo) Adrift in a world of my own (woo-woo) I play the game but to my real shame You've left me to dream all alone. Too real is this feeling of make-believe Too real when I feel what my heart can't conceal. The Great Pretender" Track Info.

The Great Pretender" is a popular song recorded by The Platters, with Tony Williams on lead vocals, and released as a single on November 3, 1955.

Oh yes I'm the great pretender Pretending that I'm doing well My need is such I pretend too much I'm lonely but no one can tell. Oh yes I'm the great pretender Adrift in a world of my own I play the game but to my real shame You've left me to dream all alone. Too real is this feeling of make believe Too real when I feel what my heart

Great Great Pretender The Platters - Words Music by Buck Ram D G D D7 Oh! Yes, I'm the great pre-tender, G D D7Documents. The GREAT PRETENDER 1955 Buck GREAT PRETENDER 1955 Buck Ram Buck wrote this, a followup to another song he penned for the Platters, (Only You), in the washroom of Las Vegas Flamingo Hotel. THE GREAT PRETENDER - THE GREAT PRETENDER - THE PLATTERS INTRO: G- C- D C VERSE G C G Oh, yes I'm the great pretender, (ooh, ooh). Music resources from For. Great Pretender-the Platters. Author:Buck Ram. G D7 G. Oh yes. I'm the great pretender

The Great Pretender - gourd. The Great Pretender - Great Pretender Words Music: Buck Ram (arr: Roberto Guimares Roberto Crescioni) You can, of course, play the easier version of any of these chords (. D7 for Dsus4/7/9) and it willDocuments. The Platters The great pretender Oh yes, I'm the great pretender Oh sim, eu sou o maior fingido Pretending that I'm doing well Fingindo que estou indo. The Great Pretender - Hurricane GREAT PRETENDER COUNT 123 12 The Platters w/m Buck RamDocuments. The Great Pretender - GREAT PRETENDER COUNT 123 12 The Platters w/m Buck RamDocuments.

The follow-up, "The Great Pretender", with lyrics written in the washroom of the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas by Buck Ram, exceeded the success of their debut and became the Platters' first national hit. "The Great Pretender" was also the act's biggest R&B hit, with an 11-week run atop that chart. The Platters were the first rock and roll group to have a Top Ten album in the United States. The "Buck Ram Platters", built to showcase his songs, were signed to Musicor Records and enjoyed a short chart renaissance in 1966–67, with the comeback singles "I Love You 1000 Times", "With This Ring", and the Motown-influenced "Washed Ashore"

Tracklist

Baby, Come Back Home 3:00
The Great Pretender 2:38

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1263, 1264 The Buck Ram Platters* Baby, Come Back Home / The Great Pretender ‎(7") Personality , Personality 1263, 1264 US Unknown
1264 The Buck Ram Platters* The Great Pretender ‎(7", Single) Primo Records 1264 US Unknown